On June 8th, after completing a 3-game sweep of the New York Mets, the Giants were standing as the best team in baseball. They were 42-21, had a 9.5 game lead over the Dodgers, were dominant at home (22-9), and could seemingly do no wrong. The bench was a problem but everything else was effing great. Fans were not just asking if this team was really a 100+ win team, but if this was the best Giants team in the history of ever. Well, it was fun to dream. With the final game in the books for the Giants in June, they have erased that entire 9.5 game lead they built, they no longer look frightening at home (24-21), and they seemingly can't do anything right. The bullpen has fallen apart with the biggest move being Sergio Romo losing his closer's job. The starting pitching had an ERA of about a billion in June which didn't help things. Then Tim Lincecum threw his 2nd career no-hitter and turned the starting staff around a bit. But then the bats completely fell silent.